Kerala's Chief Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, has said that the state's public examinations will be held now that the Covid-imposed limitations have been lifted. Read more here.
Karnataka CET: The idea to make Common Entrance Test (CET) performance as the criteria for admission to Bachelor of Science (BSc) course has been dropped. Read more here.
The registration for KCET will begin on June 15 and the exam will take place on August 28 and 29.
Admission is usually offered based on the candidate’s performance on national level tests such as NEET/ JEE/ CLAT. However, due to the pandemic, an alternative assessment will be considered.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, in a meeting with officials in Lucknow, said Technical educational institutions should conduct online examinations as per their convenience.
NBE will conduct the FMGE 2021 on June 18. Candidates who wish to download FMGE admit card can do so by visiting the official site - natboard.edu.in. Read more here.
The Supreme Court today has directed AIIMS to postpone the exam by at least one-month keeping in view of Covid-19 surge. Read the official notice on aiimsexams.ac.in.
Chief Minister MK Stalin, announced that a panel would look into the impact of NEET on students from backward sections of the society. The panel would submit a report within a month. Read more here.
Following the cancellation of CBSE and CISCE exams across the county due to Covid-19, Jharkhand government also announced that the exams will not be held this year.
Candidates can apply for the examination online through the official site - mahacet.org. The last date to fill up application form is July 15. Read details here.